VIP Kids Winning Wednesday Webinar with Shelly Hildenbrand Daly

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We have a special guest today: Shelly Hildenbrand Daly, who used to be a public and private school teacher and is now a stay-at-home and a home-school mom who teaches VIP kids in China to learn English.

Learn more about the life of a stay-at-home mom like Shelly Hildenbrand Daly in this entire webinar:

01:35 – Where Shelly is from?

01:50 –¬†Reason/s for Shelly to do the stay-at-home thing

03:00 – How did Shelly end up with VIP Kids and details about her job?

04:55 – How does online teaching work?

05:45 – Subjects that she teaches with the VIP kids

09:00 – Is there another curriculum that the VIP teaches aside from English

10:45 – Where did Shelly get her certification?

11:15 – The application process for the certification

12:25 – TPR (Total Physical Response) or the use of gestures, actions, and facial expressions in teaching VIP kids

16:00 – Qualifications to apply as a VIP teacher

19:45 – Age range of VIP kids taught by Shelly

22:00 – Next step in teaching VIP kids

25:30 – Instructions for those who are interested to apply into teaching VIP kids while staying at home

27:20 – Is TESOL certification helpful in applying for teaching VIP kids?

28:05 – Rates for teaching VIP kids

30:00 – Teaching VIP kids as a part-time job

31:40 – Technological requirements (laptops, gadgets, etc.) for online teaching

32:55 – Speaking about the interview process and mock lessons

36:00 – Other tips regarding online teaching for VIP kids

38:30 – Invitation to see the 4-week Webinar before applying

39:00 – How to pass mock lessons

39:55 – Screen sharing and using Powerpoint presentation in teaching

42:05 – Last tips regarding online teaching for VIP kids

43:20 – Additional notes regarding the difference in China’s culture

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Dr Michael Chua PT, DPT

Dr Michael Chua is a physical therapist practising in Home Health, Skilled Nursing Facilities and Acute Care Hospital. His clinical interest involves pain management, geriatrics and dementia management. He enjoys treating patients and bringing out the best in them using positive treatment approaches, his dynamic work setting in a rural area provides an opportunity to treat a wide range from geriatrics to orthopaedics.

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